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Great series, witty, fun and creative. My only complaint about this series is the lack of romantic scenes between Ivy and Winter. Their supposed to be passionately in love. However, it's a pure PG rating for their inmate situations... Kinda lackluster. Now don't get me wrong I'm not looking for fifty shades of Grey but a little more in the romantics department would have been appreciated to give the relationship authenticity. Lastly, while Ivy had her endearing qualities. Harper, pushed the Lazy angle a little too much. Despite those few drawbacks, the book was still a great read!
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Another really funny book, brilliantly read. cound not stop laughing, said that it's the last in the series.
This is definitely a book I could read and listen to over again. The narrator is excellent, suits the character perfectly and manages the different voices well. Helen Harper balances the humour and the serious aspects successfully which is a difficult job in a book like this.
Ivy is dealing with the aftermath of absorbing necromancy magic & is seeing ghosts everywhere. It doesn't help someone is killing witches & now Ivy has to get off the lounge & stop them. With her 'loyal' cat Brutus & her new love former Order witch Winter in tow, Ivy of cause gets into lots of high jinx. Ivy's also having to deal with the interference of her ex, the Order wanting Winter back & ghosts getting upset with her helping others when its not their turn. Ivy is hilarious as usual & Tanya Eby does another great job bringing her to life.
Just like the first two funny and adventurous. This book was more of a murder mystery with a touch of suspense. I hope there is a next book soon